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November 23, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

So who had the best stand at the show? No contest, it was Seagate Technology, albeit for serendipitous reasons: seems the Scotts Valleyer has been so set back on its heels by its disconcerting excess inventory problems that half the new products it had planned to show weren’t ready, so to use up the spare space, it fitted the stand out tastefully with rows of plush armchairs, winning the undying gratitude of scores of leg weary attendees – and an earnest entreaty to do exactly the same next year.

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